Past Teams

Varsity Teams

2017-2018

Head Coach: Paul Vaughan (6th)
Asst Coaches: Gary Breen & Ryan Vaughan
Managers:
Record: 9-18
MVP: Colin Loughery
Stats/Results

Season Summary: This year’s varsity boys team  had a lot of young players plus a few seniors that hadn’t played competitive basketball for a couple of seasons. As a result the team experience a lot of growing pains . The upside however, is the young players were able to gain valuable experience plus there will be a strong core returning for next season.

2016-2017

Head Coach: Paul Vaughan (5th)
Asst Coaches: Gary Breen & Ryan Vaughan
Managers: Andrew Creaghan
Record: 20-16
MVP: Bryce Corless
Stats/Results

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2015-2016

Head Coach: Paul Vaughan (4th)
Asst Coaches: Gary Breen & Greg Doyle
Managers:
Record: 23-13 (AAA Finalist)
MVP: Chris Spurrell
Stats/Results

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2014-2015

Head Coach: Paul Vaughan (3rd)
Asst Coaches: Gary Breen & Greg Doyle
Managers: Luke Richard
Record: 28-7 (AAA Finalist)
MVP: Ethan O’Neil & Jack Tilley
Stats/Results

Season Outlook: Last season KVHS fielded a very young team that was the top ranked team in the province following key victories over Leo Hayes and Fredericton High in January. Unfortunately injuries to a couple of key players cut our season short with the team losing out to Riverview in the provincial quarter finals. This season the core of that team returns including 3 starters from last season.

The 2014-2015 Crusaders will feature a very deep team full of provincial team players including 2014 DTC All Star Jack Tilley (New Hampshire Rivals AAU), and one of the provinces most dominate big men Ethan O’Neil (Canada Games 2013). Also returning from last year’s team are Seth Ramsay (BNB U16 2013), Ben Tait (BNB U16 2013), Chris Spurrell (BNB U15 2013), Alex Loughery (BNB U15 2013), and Ian Crowley (Mill Rats Elite 2013).

The Crusaders will be heading into the 2014-2015 season looking to make it back to Harbour Station and to win the school’s first AAA banner since 1987.

Season Summary:  

2013-2014

Head Coach: Paul Vaughan (2nd)
Asst Coaches: Gary Breen & Greg Doyle
Managers:
Record: 25-15
MVP: Brad Sanford
Stats/Results

Season OutlookMost people around the province think that the 2013-2014 Crusaders are in a “rebuilding” mode with the loss of seven seniors from last year’s team that qualified for the Finals at Harbour Station last season. But in true KVHS fashion we don’t rebuild…we simply reload and prepare for another championship run.

This season the Crusaders will have a much younger team that includes eight players with no varsity experience. But this group is far from inexperienced as eight of the twelve players on the roster have played on a BNB provincial team while three others recently represented New Brunswick at the Canada Games in other sports.

The young guys on the roster will get their varsity introduction very early in the season as the Crusader will attend four high profile tournaments in the first five weeks of the season; Lions Den (Leo Hayes), Cobequid Tip-Off (Truro, NS), CP Allen Cheetah Classic (Bedford, NS) and Rick Cotter Classic (Fredericton High). We’ll round out our exhibition schedule by hosting the annual Riverboat Tournament and attending the Dairy Town Classic in Sussex.

The 2013-2014 Crusaders will look to Brad Sanford and and Ethan O’Neil to led the team through the early part of the schedule. Both are returning starters from last season’s NBIAA Final 12 finalist and both were major contributors to New Brunswick’s top 4 finish at the 2013 Canada Games.

Season Summary: The 2013-2014 Crusaders will be consider the team that “could have been”. From opening day through to the end of the season we had to deal with injuries to key players for significant portions of the schedule.

Even with players rotating in and out of the line up throughout the season the Crusaders continued to rack up the wins against the best teams on the East Coast. The team reached the finals of the Lions Den and Cobequid tournaments and won the 28th Riverboat Classic. During the month of January 2014 the team went on a nine game winning streak that had them getting a honorable mention on North Pole Hoops Top 25 Teams in Canada.

This season also marked a milestone for senior guard Brad Sanford who scored his 1000th career point with the assist coming from co-captain Peter Davis. In typical Peter fashion, it was a no look pass! Brad was also named a NBIAA All Star for the Southern Conference.

KVHS Varsity Boys finished the season with a 25-15 overall record and 2nd place in the Southern Conference with a 8-2 record.

2012-2013

Head Coach: Paul Vaughan (1st)
Asst Coaches: Gary Breen & Peter Atkinson
Managers:
Record: 29-13 (AAA Finalist)
MVP: Erik Nisson
Stats/Results

Season Summary: The 2012-2013 varsity boys basketball team was led by seven returning seniors looking to avenge the previous season’s lost in the provincial finals. The team started the season strong by finishing 2nd in a very competitive Lion’s Den tournament then taking the banner at the Rothesay High Invitational. The team continued to roll through the competition, compiling a 29-13 overall record, and finished first place in the southern conference. Unfortunately the Crusaders once again fell one game short of the provincial title, loosing to Fredericton at the Final 12 at Harbour Station. Other highlights on the season include; Defeating Rothesay High in the annual Rip Seely Memorial game; runners up in the Riverboat (lost to Citadel); Winning the North-East Regional; and Erik Nissen named Conference Player of the Year.

2011-2012

Head Coach: Dennis Rollins (15th)
Asst Coaches: Peter Atkinson
Managers:
Record: 28-7 (Provincial Finalist)
MVP: Zac Chambers

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2010-2011

Head Coach: Dennis Rollins (14th)
Asst Coaches: Danny Aucoin & Geoff Fraser
Managers: George Flanagan
Record: 33-8
MVP: JD Kent

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2009-2010

Head Coach: Dennis Rollins (13th)
Asst Coaches: Danny Aucoin & Peter Atkinson
Managers: George Flanagan
Record: 24-13
MVP: Simon Gagnon

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2008-2009

Head Coach: Dennis Rollins (12th)
Asst Coaches: Danny Aucoin
Managers:
Record: 23-13
MVP: Simon Gagnon

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2007-2008

Head Coach: Dennis Rollins (11th)
Asst Coaches: Danny Aucoin
Managers:
Record: 28-10
MVP: Brent Kingston

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2006-2007

Head Coach: Dennis Rollins (10th)
Asst Coaches: Danny Aucoin
Managers:
Record: 33-9
MVP: Adam Creaghan

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2005-2006

Head Coach: Dennis Rollins (9th)
Asst Coaches: Danny Aucoin
Managers:
Record: 32-9 (Provincial Finalist)
MVP: Josh Graham

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2004-2005

Head Coach: Dennis Rollins (8th)
Asst Coaches: Danny Aucoin
Managers:
Record: 30-14
MVP: Josh Graham

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2003-2004

Head Coach: Dennis Rollins (7th)
Asst Coaches: Danny Aucoin
Managers:
Record: 17-19
MVP: Steve Wetmore

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2002-2003

Head Coach: Dennis Rollins (6th)
Asst Coaches: Danny Aucoin
Managers: Keltie Tonge
Record: 24-14
MVP: Scott Hachey & Drew Stratton

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2001-2002

Head Coach: Dennis Rollins (5th)
Asst Coaches: Bob Munro
Managers:
Record: 21-19
MVP: Scott Hachey

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2000-2001

Head Coach: Dennis Rollins (4th)
Asst Coaches: Bob Munro
Managers:
Record: 18-18
MVP: Mike Connolly

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1999-2000

Head Coach: Dennis Rollins (3rd)
Managers:
Record: 19-20
MVP: Dennis McLean

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1998-1999

Head Coach: Dennis Rollins (2nd)
Asst Coaches:
Managers:
Record: 25-13
MVP: Andrew Munro

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1997-1998

Head Coach: Dennis Rollins (1st)
Asst Coaches: Peter Atkinson
Managers:
Record: 27-9
MVP: Aaron Coleman

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1996-1997

Head Coach: Peter Atkinson (5th)
Asst Coaches: Bill Maryberry
Managers:
Record:
MVP:

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1995-1996

Head Coach: Peter Atkinson (4th)
Asst. Coaches: Bill Mayberry
Managers: Jason Lavigne, Mark Coes & Dean Cipolla
Record: NA (Provincial Finalist)
MVP: Colin Allum

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 A successful team is more than just a few good players or a couple of determined coaches. It takes a total team commitment, sacrifices, supportive families and school spirit. This year KV had it all! Making it to the provincial finals for the first time in several years led by all-star guard Colin Allum and Foster (Finals MVP). Next year’s team will support 10 returning players but will miss the presence of htree key seniors. They are Sean “Mac” McInerney, Colin “Chief” Allum and Geoff “Yeoman” Johnson. Thank you to our managers Jason Lavigne, Mark Coes and Dean Cipolla. Words cannot describe the thanks and respect that out to Mr. Peter Atkinson and Mr. Bill Mayberry (NBIAA coach of the year). Thank you for the memories.

1994-1995

Head Coach: Peter Atkinson (3rd)
Asst. Coaches: Bill Mayberry
Managers: Joelyn Bernard & Samantha Gray
Record: 23-12
MVP: Graham Taylor

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 The KV AAA boys basketball team had a good season. They ended with a 23-12 record. The  team was coached by Peter Atkinson and assistant coach Bill Mayberry. The Crusaders will be losing 7 senior players: Graham Taylor, Loran New son, Craig Forster, Andrew Belyea, Andrew McCullogh, Darren MacCormick and Corey Dugas. The team made it to the finals in 3 of 5 tournaments they entered, including the Riverboat Classic. They ended their season with a 14 point loss to Fredericton High School in the semi-finals. Graham Taylor was selected to the N.B.I.A.A. all-star team for his second time. The team would like to thank Joelyn Bernard and Samantha Gray, managers, for their outstanding contribution to the team.

1993-1994

Head Coach: Peter Atkinson (2nd)
Asst. Coaches: Bill Mayberry
Managers: Andrew Willett
Record: 25-10
MVP:

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 The AAA boys basketball team had a turn-around season this year finishing with a record of 25-10. The team finished first at the Three Oakes Christmas Classic defeating the defending New Brunswick provincial Champions, Harrison Trimble Trojans. They also finished second at the Halifax West tournament and their own Riverboat Classic, however, camp up short in the N.B.I.A.A regional semi-final. Junior forward Graham Taylor was selected to this year’s N.B.I.A.A. all-star team.

This year’s team is graduating eight seniors. The manager, Andrew Willett, along with Andrew “Beavis” Taylor, Scot “Booger” Smith, Mark Fullerton, Matt Mercer, Neil Armstrong, Shawn Paquet and Andrew Farrell.

The guys would like to thank all the fans who helped make this season a successful one! A special thanks to Peter Atkinson and Bill Mayberry.

1992-1993

Head Coach: Peter Atkinson (1st)
Asst. Coaches: Bill Mayberry
Managers:
Record:
MVP:

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 The Crusaders basketball team enjoyed a successful season under new coaches Peter Atkinson and Bill Mayberry. The team particpated in tournaments in Moncton, Sackville, Halifax and Bridgewater. The team also hosted the Riverboat Classic Tournament which was again very successful. The team qualified for the N.B.I.A.A. playoffs at the end of the season.

The team will be graduating four seniors this year: Mark Iype, Chris Barkhouse, Sumant Kumar, and Peter Burchill. Their play and leadership will be missed, but younger players will take up the slack to make next year’s squad an equally competitive team.

1991-1992

Head Coach: Peter Corby (16th)
Managers:
Record:
MVP:

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1990-1991

Head Coach: Peter Corby (15th)
Managers:
Record:
MVP:

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1989-1990

Head Coach: Peter Corby (14th)
Managers:
Record:
MVP:

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1988-1989

Head Coach: Peter Corby (13th)
Managers:
Record: 32-4
MVP: Tim Johnston

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1987-1988

Head Coach: Peter Corby (12th)
Managers:
Record: 31-1 (AAA Finalist)
MVP: Chris Moore & Jason Darling

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1986-1987

Head Coach: Peter Corby (11th)
Managers: John Kiersted & John Darling
Record: 21-4 (AAA Champions)
MVP:

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1985-1986

Head Coach: Peter Corby (10th)
Managers:
Record: NA (AAA Finalist)
MVP:

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1984-1985

Head Coach: Peter Corby (9th)
Managers:
Record:
MVP:

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1983-1984

Head Coach: Peter Corby (8th)
Managers:
Record:
MVP:

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1982-1983

Head Coach: Peter Corby (7th)
Managers: Ed McLean, Kenny Darling & Darren Beyea
Record: 16-9
MVP: Kirk Miller

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 The 1982-83 Crusaders enjoyed a wining season. The team’s overall record was 16 wins and nine loses.

The team consisted of only two seniors – co-captains Jonathan Maddocks and Kirk Miller. The Crusaders hosted their own Holiday Tournament losing in the finals to Maine Central Institute of Pittsfield, Maine.

The hi-lite of the season was the team’s participation in the 2nd Annual Coal Bowl Clasic in New Waterford, N.S. This was a ten team National Invitational Tournament.

With the core of the team returning, Coach Corby should have the team in the Provincial Tournament again next year.

1981-1982

Head Coach: Peter Corby (6th)
Managers:
Record:
MVP: Mark Hebert

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1980-1981

Head Coach: Peter Corby (5th)
Managers: Glenn Goucher, Tony Kelly & Ed McLean
Record: 23-10
MVP: Paul Vaughan

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 This year, the Crusaders enjoyed another winning basketball season with a record of 23 wins and only 10 loses.

The season started in late November with the team winning scrimmages over Spencer High School of West Virginia. The Crusaders hosted their 6th Annual Holiday Tournament in early January. Amherst High School, Harrison Trimble and Saint John High School attended the successful tournament.

The team finished in second place in the Southern Conference and captured third aplce honors in the Provincial AAA Tournament held in February at the Aitken Center.

The team will be losing seniors Greg Thorne, Gregor Stuart and Dwayne Armstrong, but a strong nucleus remain for next year.

Yearbook1979-19801979-1980

Head Coach: Ted Corby (1st)
Managers: Glen Goucher, Ian Britten and Shawn McNulty
Record: 27-7 (AAA Champs)
MVP: John Miller

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This year the Crusaders Boys Basketball Team was at its very best finishing first in the Southern Conference with a record of 15 wins and 1 loss. The boys also won the consolation at the Crusaders Holiday Tournament held at KVHS. The highlight of the season was the team’s victory at the Provincial Tournament where they captured the “AAA” provincial title. This is the first time KVHS has ever won a “AAA” title in any sport. The team finished the season with an over-all record of 27 wins and 7 losses.

The Crusaders were coached by Ted Corby and managed by Glen Goucher, Ian Britten and Shawn McNulty. Greg Thorne (6 ft 4 in) will be returning next year and will be a real asset to the team. Also returning at Paul Vaughan, who was perhaps the team’s most consistent performer, and Dwayne Armstrong, who shone through at the end of the seaosn scoring 16 points in the provincial final. Two top quality rookies returning are John Brisbois and Tim Langevin. Coach Peter Corby will also be returning behind the bench after a year’s absence.

Coach Corby would like to wish the team and coach the best for next year.

MVP: John Miller
Honorable Mention: Greg Thorne.

1978-1979

Head Coach: Peter Corby (4th)
Managers: Shawn McNulty & Glenn Goucher
Record: 29-6
MVP: Chris Magee

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1977-1978

Head Coach: Peter Corby (3rd)
Managers:
Record: 14-18
MVP:

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1976-1977

Head Coach: Peter Corby (2nd)
Managers:
Record: 12-18
MVP:

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Head Coach: Peter Corby (1st)
Managers: Bud Love, Brent Taylor & John Cummingham
Record: 20-11
MVP: Jim Hughes

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The first season for the Crusaders was one of great success. The team finished second in the Southern Conference with a 10-4 record. The Crusaders, under Coach P. Corby, went into the Provincial Tournament and ranked third. They were defeated in the semi-finals and won the third-place game against No. 1 seeded Campbellton High. Seniors Paul Widdershoven, Brian McCallion and Jim Hughes will leaving the team next year, as will manager Bud Love.

 

Jr. Varsity Teams

Season Coach Wins Loses Links
2003-2004 Paul Vaughan 13 4 Stats | Roster
2004-2005 Paul Vaughan 28 9 Stats | Roster
2005-2006 Paul Vaughan 29 4 Stats | Roster
2006-2007 Paul Vaughan 26 9 Stats | Roster
2007-2008 Paul Vaughan 14 16 Stats | Roster
2008-2009 Paul Vaughan 29 7 Stats | Roster
2009-2010 Paul Vaughan 30 5 Stats | Roster
2010-2011 Paul Vaughan 31 5 Stats | Roster
2011-2012 Paul Vaughan 19 10 Stats| Roster